UCLA's Katelyn Ohashi has become a gymnastics sensation by turning in fun, contemporary routines. She has a lot of dance and a lot of attitude mixed in, and that has resulted in her going viral numerous times.
It's been well-deserved. The first time Ohashi went viral was in January, when the senior scored a perfect 10 for a Michael Jackson inspired performance. Over the weekend, she made waves on social media again with a final routine that was scored a 9.95.
Don't be sad that this is @katelyn_ohashi's last collegiate routine-- she doesn't want that.— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) April 21, 2019
Instead, get up and dance along with joy as we watch the @uclagymnastics legend one final time as a Bruin.
Thanks for all the memories. 💙💛 pic.twitter.com/uV5JpR6Gvj
Ending it all with a pantomimed mic drop makes a lot of sense for Ohashi. Her collegiate routines have been a perfect combination of technical skill and pure fun.
UCLA also posted video of Ohashi's last practice, in which she embraced coach Valorie Kondos Field.
Although injuries limited how much we saw of her at UCLA, Ohashi left quite a mark on the sport.